Giving children confidence to make a difference + GIVEAWAY win a Travel Kids Club membership!

Giving children confidence to make a difference - Ever-changing Life of a Mum

* In conjunction with the Travel Kids Club

Lately it feels like my Miss 10 has been growing up, and quickly! She’s becoming much more aware of the world around her.

A couple of weeks ago, she mentioned how she was joining a bunch of students at her school to raise awareness of animals facing extinction across the world and run a fundraiser to give money to a charity that helps with this.

Definitely a proud mum moment!

I also think that it’s important for my children to understand that there are many people in the world who are not as fortunate as them. It is easy for children (hey, even adults!) to take our life for granted.

Recently, I became aware of the Travel Kids Club that aims to give gives kids, aged six to 11 years, the confidence to make a difference.

Travel Kids Club image with logo

Image supplied – courtesy Travel Kids Club.

It sounds like a great initiative through which children receive a monthly package including a 30-page letter, stickers, posters, colouring, competitions, crafty activities and more!

Children learn about how children in other countries live, what food they eat, history, geography, new cultures, animals as well as the social and environmental issues they face.

They also get a chance each month to choose between two age appropriate causes to support with their membership. In following months, they get reports on how their choices had an impact, which is a great way of showing them how small actions can make a difference.

The Travel Kids Club aims to inspire a new generation of children who believe in their ability to create change and impact the world, while also fostering compassion and embracing differences about the world we live in.

The program is created by Serena Star-Leonard, originally from New Zealand, and her husband John Leonard, who have been travelling the world for the past three-and-a-half years filming inspiring people. Their work has allowed them to meet people in slums, brothels, prisons, conservation projects, development projects, orphanages, charities and rights organisations across the world. You can find out more and view some of their work over at Five Point Five.

I first became aware of Serena’s work about 18 months ago after reading two of her motivational books following my decision to leave behind my public relations career to spend more time with my family. How to Succeed in 12 months and How to Retire in 12 months are both based on the idea of creating a life you love and are great reads.

Monthly, three-monthly and six-monthly Travel Kids Club memberships are now available, with the first round of packages expected to be sent out in January 2016.

For more information on the Travel Kids Club, visit


The Travel Kids Club is offering ONE lucky reader of my blog the opportunity to win a THREE-MONTH membership to the Travel Kids Club for up to three of their children (value up to AUD $98.70), including monthly packages delivered to your door.

To enter, all you need to do is to leave a comment on this post below telling me in 25 words or less: Why would you like to win a Travel Kids Club membership for your child?


The winner is CHANTELLE TRANTALIS – an email has been sent in order to claim your prize.

Terms and conditions
This competition is opens at 11am AEDT on 1 December 2015 and closes at 7pm AEDT on 8 December 2015.
This giveaway is based on a game of skill and the best response that answers the question will be selected as the winner.
Entry is via leaving a comment on the giveaway blog post to answer the question.
A valid email address must be included in your entry.
One entry per person, where more than one entry is made the first entry will be taken and any further entries will be deleted.
Your email will be collected for the sole purpose of this giveaway and will never be given or sold to anyone or used for any other purpose.
The winner will be emailed and has 3 days to respond, otherwise the prize winner will be reassessed.
The original blog post will also be updated with the name of the winner.
By entering you are giving consent for your name to be published on the giveaway blog post if you are the winner.
The prize is not transferable, changeable or redeemable for cash.
Prize sent out by the third party will not be replaced in the event it is stolen, lost or damaged in transit.
Ever-changing Life of a Mum accepts no responsibility for prizes sent by the promoter.
This competition is open to Australian residents only aged 18 years and over.
The decision on the winner is final and no dialogue will be entered into otherwise.
These terms are subject to change at any time without notice.

* This is not a sponsored post, however in addition to the giveaway prize I was gifted two one-month memberships for my children from the Travel Kids Club for the purpose of a future review on the blog (packages available January 2016).

17 thoughts on “Giving children confidence to make a difference + GIVEAWAY win a Travel Kids Club membership!

  1. My kids love looking at maps at the moment. They would enjoy this travel kid club membership because they could learn about different parts of the world.

  2. I think the best thing you can ever teach your children is about the world around them and this looks fantastic! I would love to give this to my cousin for Christmas whose kids would just adore this as they are unable to travel themselves. What a great giveaway!

  3. Fab prize, My 7 year old is a history nerd and loves learning about other countries, he is always looking up countries on our world globe.

  4. We have many friends from multicultural backgrounds. This would help my children understand their backgrounds, culture & habits, along with their immigrant grandparents’

  5. My step daughter is 11 and at the age where she takes so much interest and understanding of everything going around her. It would be awesome to treat her to a subscription that helps her learn while having fun and wetting her appetite for knowledge.

Leave a reply